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Old 04-25-2006, 10:33 AM   #1
Dirk Hanss
 
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Just for Curiosity

Yes, I am curious, what people think, when they start threads with meaningful subjects, like
"Just want to know.."
"I have a question:"
"What to do when?"
"How to do it correctly"
"Can you help me?"
Etc. etc.

Sometimes I read them on purpose, but very often I skip them and I might have missed some interesting ones. Probably I do not count, as I am just a junior aikidoka, but I guess there are others, who are too busy to watch each of those threads.

On the other hand, what makes you read those threads, e.g. why are reading this one. Is it possible, that it is a good trick not to show the subject in the subject, in order to make people curious.

I would never blame the newbies, who start their introduction with "Hello...". They just start and that is fine. But if you want to get help, you better try to find an interesting and meaningful subject.

Other opinions?

Kind regards Dirk
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